The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Dec. 23, 1835

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p.3 Welland Canal Report - a new paper published in Toronto by W.L. Mackenzie, member of House of Assembly for Upper Canada.


Is Hereby Given That the Extensive


Formed by the Niagara Harbor & Dock Com'y,

Is now in operation under the superintendence of Mr. Lowe, who is well known by most of the Engineers on the Lake. - The Company is prepared to make

Steam Engines,

to any power, and all other castings on the most moderate terms. - The company has also a


ready to make Bells to any size, or any article in that department which may be required by the public.

A ship yard has likewise been established with every convenience in which

Steam Boats, and Other Vessels

can be built under the superintendence of Mr. Gilkinson, whose abilities are well known as a builder; all the Tools, etc. requisite for building are found by the company, making a moderate charge for their use.

By order of the Directors,

D.L. Cox, Sec'y.

Niagara H. & D. Company Office,

Dec. 4th, 1835.

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Chronicle & Gazette (Kingston, ON), Dec. 23, 1835